John Boehner, punch line

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Tell me if you've already heard this one, it's a knee-slapper. Okay, ready?

Kvetcher of the House John Boehner whined and blubbered about jobs, jobs, jobs, criticizing President Obama and the Dems for ignoring Americans in need. Boy howdy, did we get an earful...

... before the 2010 elections.

Then the GOP took the House, and guess what happened? It was all anti-choice all the time. Jobs? Feh. Anti-reproductive rights became the priority as unemployed Americans turned to Purina for their next meals.

Jobs? Pfft. Employment? Getouttahere.

Then-- are you still with me?-- The Obama administration announced it would no longer defend the federal law that says marriage can exist only between a man and a woman.

Here we go, here comes the punch line, via AmericaBlog:

A spokesman for Boehner's office criticized the administration change of position.

'While Americans want Washington to focus on creating jobs and cutting spending, the President will have to explain why he thinks now is the appropriate time to stir up a controversial issue that sharply divides the nation,' said spokesman Brendan Buck."

Boehner fail.

BaDUMbum.

H/t: Greg Ostravich

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  • http://twitter.com/JPJABBER JUDI POWELL

    This, you gotta love. I'm soooooo glad we moved outa OH.

  • Say NO to Palin in Politics

    I thought the same thing when I heard this on the news tonight, good grief, what a broken record, always pointing to something opposite to what President Obama is addressing instead of actually offering his own input on what the President is addressing.

    He's a total chicken shit, ass kisser, whiney cry baby.

  • http://twitter.com/jazzcattrio Elizabeth Kennen

    Boehner and the rest of those GOP clowns seem to enjoy flaunting their hypocrisy and ignorance. I think they underestimate just how much hypocrisy the American people will take. Just because they won some seats in November, doesn't mean they can say and do anything they want. I predict there will be a backlash. I think the blatant lies on the right, along with the extreme agenda are becoming quite clear to most Americans.